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prova275:
1969

distinguishedcompany:

prova275:

1969

March 25, 2014, 6:00am  Permalink   Reblogged from Seems like yesterday I was cruising down Chico way.

crudmudgeon:

Always reblog Jagz!

crudmudgeon:

Always reblog Jagz!

(Source: autoarchivist)

March 24, 2014, 9:37pm  Permalink   Reblogged from Crudmudgeonz Tumblr.

(Source: gratonicus)

March 15, 2014, 7:44pm  Permalink   Reblogged from Auto Motif and other works.

germaniron:

Porsches Change, What makes them Porsches doesn’t

germaniron:

Porsches Change, What makes them Porsches doesn’t

March 13, 2014, 11:03am  Permalink   Reblogged from German Iron.

jacqalan:

Monza 1954. Ascari ( Ferrari 625) , Gonzales ( Ferrari 625) , Louis Rosier ( Maserati 250F) and the winner , Fangio ( Mercedes W196).

jacqalan:

Monza 1954. Ascari ( Ferrari 625) , Gonzales ( Ferrari 625) , Louis Rosier ( Maserati 250F) and the winner , Fangio ( Mercedes W196).

March 09, 2014, 7:00am  Permalink   Reblogged from Let The Good Times Roll.

megadeluxe:

Fangio. Monaco, 1956. By Jesse Alexander
Source…

megadeluxe:

Fangio. Monaco, 1956. By Jesse Alexander

Source…

(Source: megadeluxe-archive)

March 09, 2014, 12:13am  Permalink   Reblogged from Let The Good Times Roll.

jacqalan:

F2 1968 .Temporada Argentina,San Juan. Andrea de Adamich ,Dino Ferrari 166.

jacqalan:

F2 1968 .Temporada Argentina,San Juan. Andrea de Adamich ,Dino Ferrari 166.

March 07, 2014, 12:00pm  Permalink   Reblogged from Let The Good Times Roll.

March 07, 2014, 10:28am  Permalink   Reblogged from Amjayes.

5window:

Bonneville 2011 (by scott cochran)

5window:

Bonneville 2011
(by scott cochran)

March 06, 2014, 6:00pm  Permalink   Reblogged from Seems like yesterday I was cruising down Chico way.

itsawheelthing:

what we miss … public roadsJacky Ickx (Brabham-Ford BT26) followed by Jochen Rindt (Gold Leaf Lotus-Ford 49B), 1969 French Grand Prix, Clermont FerrandJacky would go on to finish on the podium, 3rd behind Beltoise & race winner Stewart -who was dominant all race, setting off from pole- Rindt on the other hand would have to retire, not because of his car but because he couldn’t cope with the winding character of the Charade track, making him car sickClermont Ferrand wasn’t called ‘le petit Nürburgring’ for nothing … 

itsawheelthing:

what we miss … public roads

Jacky Ickx (Brabham-Ford BT26) followed by Jochen Rindt (Gold Leaf Lotus-Ford 49B), 1969 French Grand Prix, Clermont Ferrand

Jacky would go on to finish on the podium, 3rd behind Beltoise & race winner Stewart -who was dominant all race, setting off from pole- Rindt on the other hand would have to retire, not because of his car but because he couldn’t cope with the winding character of the Charade track, making him car sick
Clermont Ferrand wasn’t called ‘le petit Nürburgring’ for nothing … 

March 06, 2014, 12:00pm  Permalink   Reblogged from gearheads and monkeywrenches.